Originally Posted by danvee
Doubting that would ever have been a possibility... :beer:
Fact is that a poster or 2 said basically, statistically, 123 out of the however many thousands were sold is little more than statistical noise.
I agree. I also see many more people posting here with varying degrees of issues, but all boiling down to the 3 issues : freezing, rebooting, GPS.
Maybe increasing the numbers will bring the statistics to a more accurate number.
It's almost 3 days, and I still haven't had the update pushed to mine yet.
Shine enough light on something and it gets attention... :thumbup:
It is silly to take 123 as an absolute # and say it is noise. You need to compare relative to other issues for the same user base to get a weighted #
Obviously many more than 123 are having the issue and obviously many people aren't.
If you sell 1m units and 10‰ have issues you still have 900k users with no issues wondering what you are complaining about. However 10% is actually a pretty high defect rate and can easily erase margins and erode your brand.
The question is not who is screaming the loudest, but whether your problem is a 1%, 10%, 20%, etc problem. I suggest you judge your problem relative to how many people complained about the GPS and multi-touch issues.
Random freeze and restart
So if you take GPS as the biggest issue by number of unique users
erratic touchscreen is being reported by about 97% of GPS levels
and random reboots is being reported by about 57% of GPS levels
We know Google addressed multi-touch and GPS issues and have asked for bugreports for random reboots so I'm sure it is on their radar. It probably is just a more complex problem to solve than updating drivers.
Any other issue being reported is just noise compared to these big 3. Other issues are probably at 1-10% of GPS levels.
Disclaimer: No touchscreens
were harmed nor injured during the creation of this post. GPS
units were all treated ethically and humanely.
Signed: People against misbehaving Nexus 7 2013s